Koen van der Drift
kvddrift at earthlink.net
Thu Aug 19 19:08:24 EDT 2004
When I was committing stuff, I did everything from the commandline,
only a few days ago I got CVS and Xcode working. So when I made that
subfolder, I did that from the commandline. Just as everyone else, this
whole CVS thing is pretty new to me :)
I posted a good link on CVS a few weeks ago on this list. I'll look
later tonight, now my kids need to take a bath.
On Aug 19, 2004, at 6:37 PM, John Timmer wrote:
> I don't know what to suggest on the error below, but most things seem
> to be
> working okay for me at the moment.
> I haven't updated the CVS project to fix the missing files problem,
> I'm not sure I should be mucking around too much with the main branch.
> other reason I'm not doing that is that the files I've exported are
> meant to
> go in subfolders, and I'm storing them there on my local copy, but
> Xcode to export them sends them to the root directory. Koen, you seem
> have gotten subfolders to work - any advice on this? The other
> question I
> have is in terms of deleting files - I've renamed my utils to
> emphasize that
> it works with strings and exported the new version - now both copies
> I know I could read up on CVS and probably sort things out, but it
> that Xcode does its own thing in order to provide compatibility with
> different code management systems, so I'm not sure anything I discover
> Once I figure out how to push files to the right locations and delete
> copies, I'll push the changes I've made back to the repository, and we
> (hopefully) get everyone on the same page.
>> Arghh, this whole CVS stuff in Xcode is driving me mad....
>> I had it working, but now if I try to repeat the stuff I get the
>> following error:
>> cvs server: WARNING: global `-l' option ignored.
>> ? build
>> ? BioCocoa.pbproj/griek.mode1
>> cvs [update aborted]: -t/-f wrappers not supported by this version of
>> What now?!!?
>> Anyway, it seems the main branch when I do a checkout, and still have
>> the red files.
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